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Fresh update on "parsons" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:36 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "parsons" discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Just lurking. Let's see what this offense looks like now that tyreek hill isn't there and they could spread it around a little bit more Travis Kelce still is in mahomes is still in the homes. I think their offense is going to be better than ever. And then number one, I'm talking myself into this I've been saying it over and over again, the man to my right is not happy every time I do that. But I'm going to start talking myself into this and I think I'm going to go in this direction unless there's any injuries over the next two weeks. Number one item on beginning to talk myself into the eagles are going to win the NFC east. The eagles are going to win the NFC east Jalen hurts is going to take that step forward the running game is still going to be stout. They now have a much better passing game with AJ Brown in that mix. I love what they've done on defense. Nicobi dean's healthy, that that's a steal where they got him in the draft. A steel and Jordan Davis has already showing you how dominant he can be right in the middle of that line. And if we start talking about him at that position in the same way we talked about Micah Parsons and his position in Dallas last year and I know that's a lot to say, but let's just say we're talking about the eagles getting the defensive rookie of the year and the same way that Dallas landed it. Last year, I like the eagles to win the NFC east. I'm starting to talk myself into that. And I don't think I'm going to talk myself out of it right now. He doesn't know what he's talking about. So I'm going to take, I agree. I'm going to take numbers. My previous list from June of the cowboys have taken a step back and I'm going to double down

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"parsons" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

07:15 min | Last month

"parsons" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Alan Parsons, legendary Alan Parsons. So much history so much to talk about. But you mentioned earlier that you just had some surgery. I was reading about it. Is that from years of touring and holding guitars? No, I think it's the culmination of not looking after myself for a number of years now. It's a spinal problem. I've had back trouble for many years and the doctor I went to see said it's time we fixed this. So he got you. Put me under the knife for four hours. And here we are. But that is something that people don't realize too, like when you're on the road and touring a tour musician and touring the travel and the wear and tear, it does get to you after a while. Most people don't realize just how much of a stress it is on your body and your mind to be touring, like you mentioned for so many years. It does take it so. From being side by several musicians, I think the playing the gig is free. It's the travel that the promoter paper. Yeah. The 22 hours on the road is where you get paid for the two hours is the good part, right? Right. Because the interesting thing for me is that you didn't tour ever with the Alan Parsons project where you guys were in your heyday, you just started touring after. Why didn't you ever do some touring, you know, I remember I in the sky when it was really popular and those records, you just never do it on the road. No, we made the decision. The Allen Parsons project was essentially two people's Eric Wilson and myself. Just for the record, Eric dad's died sadly in 2009. But we made the decision, no, we're just going to be a recording outfit. I had no particular aspirations towards being a rockstar. Stage rockstar. We just decided we will promote the albums by going to the radio stations and promoting doing interviews and doing playbacks for the media and the press and stuff of new albums as they appeared. And it seemed to work well. I mean, we managed to get into the upper reaches of the charts and it worked fine. It was only much later in the mid 90s that I felt the need because I made an album under my own name, not just not as Ellen person project. We felt the word project which just became element. It seemed like a good idea at the time to give the album that I just made every possible chance of success. And that's what we did. We formed a band and we toured Europe. In the early years, I was very much a backseat passenger, just strumming my guitar and over the years I just became more confident than believe it or not. On stage right now I'm doing doing lead vocals. And I'm singing on the sky of also. It's interesting because like you mentioned Alan, it was almost like you were a late bloomer as a recording artist because, like you mentioned for being behind the scenes and the engineering and the producing that you did, was it overall goal always to do your own stuff or did you just one day go, I want to do something else that rather than working on other people's music. I think I always wanted to keep my production chops in check as it were, but no, I had no particular aspirations towards being a concert or arena act. It was all just about recording. And I've always had a studio I've always I've always wherever I've lived. I've always had a studio to work at. But it's just seem to make sense. That was an album called try anything once in the mid 90s. And then I carried on with those guys at the same guy so many of whom had appeared on the project albums, but Eric was constant in a legal battle. With this producer of a musical show that we worked on together, gotcha. I just needed to earn money because my assets were frozen as a result of that. The lovely music business, right? Oh, God. Was it a surprise when Austin Powers came out and they made the Alan Parsons project joke in the movie? Was that a surprise to you? Did you know it was coming? I had no idea at all. But arguably, I've got more exposure through John laser than I have through anything else. It's one of those things that introduced you to a whole new generation of fans, right? Yes. I mean, it's slightly upsetting that Mike Myers or the music editor or somebody didn't contact me because gladly made a musical contribution to the soundtrack album. In fact, we'd actually borrowed some lines from doctor evil to do a sort of dance mix of one of the on a later album called the time machine. We heard this sort of tuneful melodic chance he kind of rhythm and then over the top you would hear doctor evil saying, it was invented by the Cambridge physicist doctor Parsons, therefore we shall call it the Alan Parsons project. The public can't see me. Maybe I've got the wrong little finger. You've got the finger up to your mouth, the very doctor evil esque. Yes. Well, let's talk about, I want to talk obviously about some of your most famous engineering and produce that you've done. But let's talk about your new record from the new world. Was this something that you had recorded during lockdown? Yes, we did. It was a very challenging to actually get to the band again. I didn't want to do it piecemeal. I didn't want to do it, do the drum track and then add the base and then add this. Right. And totally used to working with a complete band and studio. I had Nancy Wilson doing on your show. Yeah, telling you that she did it. That's exactly what I actually did. She do her guitar part and then send it away and to the bass player into the drummer and then send it back. Yeah. I'm really not into that. I much prefer the live collaboration between musicians. Having said that, we did do some vocals and guitar solos at a distance. But we did it live. I didn't have them send files back the next day. So we use an Internet program called source connect, which allows you to essentially be there. Really? They get the track and they play the track at their end and they do their bits and then I say, well, that was great, except why don't you do a bunch come in two bars earlier or whatever. So it's actually like being there, except that they don't wander into the control from after they've done their thing. And look at that. It works really well. It's cool because there's something that I noticed, especially if you're doing zoom or StreamYard. There's always such a delay. So we can have a conversation. But if we tried to sing happy birthday right now, there would be a delay in the sinking. So what you're saying with this is called source. So it's connected. It's called source connect. So you didn't have that delay with you didn't have that problem? It really doesn't matter because everything that they do at their end gets delayed by the same amount before I hear it. Oh, I see. You guys got you. So there's no sync problem at all. There's a bit of a problem on the communication.

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HBO Chairman Jeff Bewkes Saved Richard Plepler's Career

Origins with James Andrew Miller

01:03 min | 5 months ago

HBO Chairman Jeff Bewkes Saved Richard Plepler's Career

"In 1995, after then, HBO chairman Michael fuchs was unceremoniously fired. His replacement, Jeff mucus, was strongly urged by Time Warner heavyweights, Jerry Levin, bob Daley, and dick Parsons to fire fuchs right hand PR operative, Richard plepler. Actually, strongly urge may be an understatement. And that's because plepler was seen as being too tied to fuchs. Fostering serious doubts about whether he could be loyal to the company. In the wake of fuchs firing departure. But mucus showing some rather big balls to his bosses, refused to take plepler out, deciding instead to make plepler promise to dedicate his loyalty to the company, not to one of its past honchos. Plue kept his word, left pukes behind, and emerged as what might be called the chief storyteller of the HBO brand, both inside and outside the company. Plepler became CEO and chairman of HBO in 2013, presiding over historic growth and launching HBO now. The company's stand-alone streaming service, which eventually morphed into HBO Max.

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Russians to compete as 'neutral athletes' at Paralympics

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Russians to compete as 'neutral athletes' at Paralympics

"Russian athletes had already been slated to compete as Russian Paralympic committee punishment for the state sponsored doping scandal at the twenty fourteen Sochi games international Paralympic committee president Andrew Parsons says neutral status is the harshest possible punishment they will compete under the Olympic flag and the Paralympic and them they will not be included in the medals table neutral status means blocking any reference to countries the RPC delegation must cover the RPC symbol on their uniforms in all official ceremonies and sporting competitions that includes Belarus the punishment doesn't involve just athletes the Paralympic honor bestowed to Vladimir Putin president of Russia has been withdrawn the international Olympic committee is pushing for exclusion of Russian athletes for international events I'm a Donahue

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Packers QB Aaron Rodgers earns 4th MVP award, 2nd in a row

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers earns 4th MVP award, 2nd in a row

"Green bay's Aaron Rodgers was named the Associated Press NFL MVP for a fourth time they're all been unique in their own ways you know I think the latest one always does the sweetest and so many great memories from the season and an incredible guys I've gotten to play with the Packers quarterback threw thirty seven touchdowns and led the team to a thirteen and four record and the NFC north division title LA rams receiver Cooper Kupp was voted offensive player of the year and linebacker T. J. watt of Pittsburgh the game's best defensive star Cincinnati receiver jamarr chase in Dallas linebacker Michael Parsons with the top rookies Tennessee's Mike very able to comb coaching honors mark Myers Inglewood California

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US researchers test pig-to-human transplant in donated body

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

US researchers test pig-to-human transplant in donated body

"Surgeons surgeons surgeons surgeons in in in in Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama transplant transplant transplant transplant a a a a pig's pig's pig's pig's kidneys kidneys kidneys kidneys into into into into a a a a brain brain brain brain dead dead dead dead man man man man in in in in a a a a quest quest quest quest to to to to find find find find another another another another source source source source of of of of organs organs organs organs to to to to save save save save human human human human lives lives lives lives Dr Dr Dr Dr Jamie Jamie Jamie Jamie lack lack lack lack of of of of the the the the university university university university of of of of Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham led led led led the the the the study study study study the the the the recipient recipient recipient recipient in in in in this this this this case case case case was was was was a a a a gentleman gentleman gentleman gentleman who who who who had had had had suffered suffered suffered suffered a a a a traumatic traumatic traumatic traumatic injury injury injury injury Jim Jim Jim Jim Parsons Parsons Parsons Parsons a a a a fifty fifty fifty fifty seven seven seven seven year year year year old old old old Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama man man man man was was was was declared declared declared declared brain brain brain brain dead dead dead dead after after after after a a a a dirt dirt dirt dirt bike bike bike bike racing racing racing racing accidents accidents accidents accidents in in in in the the the the American American American American Journal Journal Journal Journal of of of of transplantation transplantation transplantation transplantation locks locks locks locks team team team team reports reports reports reports for for for for over over over over three three three three days days days days until until until until Parsons Parsons Parsons Parsons body body body body was was was was removed removed removed removed from from from from life life life life support support support support the the the the parapet parapet parapet parapet kidneys kidneys kidneys kidneys survived survived survived survived with with with with no no no no sign sign sign sign of of of of immediate immediate immediate immediate rejection rejection rejection rejection Parsons Parsons Parsons Parsons ex ex ex ex wife wife wife wife Julie Julie Julie Julie o'hara o'hara o'hara o'hara says says says says he he he he would would would would have have have have definitely definitely definitely definitely approved approved approved approved of of of of this this this this type type type type of of of of research research research research what what what what he's he's he's he's potentially potentially potentially potentially done done done done for for for for others others others others has has has has really really really really helped helped helped helped us us us us more more more more than than than than one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand people people people people are are are are on on on on the the the the national national national national transplant transplant transplant transplant waiting waiting waiting waiting list list list list I'm I'm I'm I'm I. I. I. I. Kampen Kampen Kampen Kampen

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Cowboys deliver on coach's guarantee, beat rival Washington

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

Cowboys deliver on coach's guarantee, beat rival Washington

"The the cowboys cowboys took took advantage advantage of of four four Washington Washington turnovers turnovers and and had had overcome overcome some some mistakes mistakes of of their their own own but but they they held held on on to to beat beat the the football football team team twenty twenty seven seven twenty twenty dak dak Prescott Prescott threw threw a a seven seven yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass to to Amari Amari Cooper Cooper and and Dorance Dorance Armstrong Armstrong returned returned to to Taylor Taylor Heinicke Heinicke fumble fumble thirty thirty seven seven yards yards for for a a score score Michael Michael Parsons Parsons had had two two sacks sacks and and a a forced forced fumble fumble Prescott Prescott and and the the cowboys cowboys now now on on a a three three game game lead lead in in the the NFC NFC east east but but there's there's still still work work to to do do we we want want to to continue continue to to get get better better game game in in game game out out hadn't hadn't into into this this playoff playoff race race make make sure sure that that we're we're playing playing a a baseball baseball we we need need to to and and as as I I said said I I was was a a struggling struggling offense offense we we we we weren't weren't exactly exactly execute execute the the way way that that we we want want to to especially especially late late in in the the game game Dallas Dallas is is nine nine and and for for awhile awhile the the football football team team falls falls to to six six and and seven seven Greg Greg heist heist Landover Landover Maryland Maryland

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Missouri man executed for killing 3 workers in '94 robbery

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Missouri man executed for killing 3 workers in '94 robbery

"A Missouri man has been put to death over the objections of racial justice activists lawmakers and even the pope Ernest Johnson died from lethal injection for killing three workers while robbing a convenience store in nineteen ninety four the state executed Johnson despite claims by his attorney that doing so would violate the eighth amendment which prohibits executing intellectually disabled people Johnson had a history of scoring extremely low on IQ tests racial justice activists to Missouri members of Congress democratic representatives Corey boy Chandan manual cleaver and a representative for pope Francis also urged Republican governor Mike parson to grant clemency to Johnson who is black what parts in an ounce to Monday he would not intervene I'm Mike help in

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"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"You can't ever be reasonable. You have to say one thing and you have to say the other a stupid. So mica parsons. Would you leave him at address or would you pull them back to the linebacker. If you if you in this stupid game if you had to pick one thing where do you put them. I don't know situational. I would pass person Third down long. I've definitely have him out there. I think a. I don't think you want to get away from his natural position but for right now think he's i mean it's not the first time at teams a used. A guy is natural positions linebacker and then put him on the nickel situational football so without a doubt i would have him on there when it's third long and we got we got past rusted. We got nickel or dime cut. Mica you're on the field you're going to be at the physician awebber. May i think he's a guy can put all over the place. But i just watch him when i when i went back and watched some of his pass rush moves and you saw the number seventy four for the charges. I just. he just didn't know what to do. Man like damn what is this. I think about their. You got someone four three run off. The ads is big. Dudes are not used to that biggest again. The point so without a doubt he's going to beat the he's gonna be in the past. Ross situation either on and whether but he's going to be in those situations so i know i said that you had to pick a side but you said his natural position was what was what you said. I kind of think has natural positions. Just baller right. Like that's really what his natural position impact player. Whatever you need like he can do it. I mean i wouldn't be shocked if at one point. The couch needed him to play safety if he just went out and did and granted got a good attitude to r. j. this this is the whatever i need to do. And he's like hey look haven't played since high school gym madsen. That'd be like going out plate never playing golf and the first four holes right. I mean yeah. Sometimes it feels like play with people like that. You know what i mean. And it's really annoying but never played before. Yeah you're like planets twenty years. I am part the first four holes and ten years. Okay so he just made it better. Relatively easy right. I mean it sounded the the criticism was okay cowboys. You know you have other edge rushers on your team. You know what i mean. That have been doing this in the nfl in college. Whatever like it it seems silly like in a certain way really did But but he truly is that specially mentioned his attitude. I mean he has been nothing but a perfect first round pick. Since the moment the cowboys called his name He's been funny. He's been personable. he's been athletic. He's been talented. He's a big reason why they want the game that they did obviously got his first sack in his history of his career so far a bright young future ahead of him. Today we're talking about price. Picks which is the hot new thing in the world of daily fantasy and to be honest. It's not hard to see why people are getting all the way into this. Here's how it works. You pick anywhere between two and five players and take the over or the under on some specific stat projections for the day. That's it it's just you against their projected numbers. Get it right and you could win up to ten times that you put down on any entry. And here's the best part price. Pigs has a ton of statistical categories to choose from including yards receptions touchdowns fantasy points and more you can even create a mixed sport entry where you take a the overrun points from kawhi and the under the touchdowns which is pretty incredible true. So many sport you can think of and create an entry in less than a.

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"parsons" Discussed on The Aaron Parsons Project Podcast

The Aaron Parsons Project Podcast

02:35 min | 11 months ago

"parsons" Discussed on The Aaron Parsons Project Podcast

"Hello welcome back to the aaron parsons project. I'm your host erin. Parsons i wanted to touch on something that i've been taught since my childhood which i will follow up with a big issue. I've noticed over the last year. This is going to bother some listeners. But i can't stay silent about it anymore. We've become so divided that it's not even funny. We've got republicans versus democrats liberals versus progressive conservatives appear in canada proud boys versus antifa even log cabin conservatives versus albright this whole thing of making one side the good guy in one side the enemy. It's going to kill one of the greatest privileges. We all have as human beings serving other people even people. we don't like disagree with. We are constantly forgetting that even dismissing the fact that in a democracy and free society expression of ideas risk being offensive. We all have different values and life experiences. We need to hear truths and stories. That are uncomfortable and that discomfort has to lead us to a place where we can say. What can i do for you. Or how can i help you. the truth. is that the most satisfying thing we can do with. Our lives is to give a large part of ourselves to a hill. Were willing to die on that benefits others before ourselves. We're always going to encounter people we don't like we're always to encounter people who play the innocent victim but don't take responsibility when they can. We're always going to find people who abuse those who are truly helpless. We're always going to see divisions based on class race ability trends and who's who in our societal zoos. If we're going to get ahead. We must figure out how to build bridges to each other rather than walls that divide us. We need to shutdown arguments that go nowhere and start having discussions that lead to some form of problem solving restoration where everyone wins in the end. I know it seems impossible. But if this divisive attitude that a lot of us have keeps going is going to be the end of a saul. We need to love each other more than we all deserve. We can't paint people with a broad brush just because of what team were on or because of what team. They're on each human being presents another with an opportunity to serve..

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Cowboys Kicker Misses Two Field Goals in Dramatic Loss to Buccaneers

Blogging the Boys

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Cowboys Kicker Misses Two Field Goals in Dramatic Loss to Buccaneers

"I i don't think there's any way of getting around at the tonight. A loser for the dallas cowboys. Is greg zero line. Let's let's your thoughts your thoughts on greg's Let's see here one second. This is a hectic night. Obviously greg line just amber says. I'm so mad right now on facebook. i'm with you. I get this. You know an anthony says not the same defense Tony says push off definitely a push off there at the end cowboys losing. Because the buccaneers drive. If somehow missed the game drive at the very kick a game winning field goal which just about no time remaining cowboys. defense can't stop them in the cowboys. Defense i will say kind of was a little bit of the same old defense. We didn't get you know a defense that was just allowing the bucks going on and on and on and on but this defense did get four turnovers tonight. But if we examine those turnovers. I think the only real authentic one was the demarcus lawrence forced fumble demarcus. Lawrence is definitely a winner tonight. I think demarcus lawrence was awesome. But the first interception the cowboys had the trayvon digs on was a tipped ball. Off of leonard fournette. Yes that counts. Yes that's true. Yes that count statistically but you know that's not necessarily your defense making a play on the ball cowboys also got an interception on. Tom brady at the end of the first half throwing a hail. Mary trying something before the half. That isn't really count. Although jordan lewis certainly had valiant effort trying to run that back and get some points You know the last turnover. The one that kind of turned the game around a little bit. That gave the cowboys. an opportunity. There at the very end Was just kinda. Chris godwin you know running into devante. Casey's helmet those things aren't necessarily You know something. You can replicate on a week by week basis and so for that reason. It's hard to give the cowboys credit. For all of those turnovers it was a different type of performance at the exact same defense we. I think we definitely saw some improvements. I think that mike parsons played moderately. Well i think that demarcus lawrence has mentioned played while randy gregory was on things But this was. I mean man. What a rough game for anthony

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Against White Feminism With Rafia Zakaria

Woman's Hour

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Against White Feminism With Rafia Zakaria

"Yesterday we spoke to the writer and campaigner. Julie bendel who in her new book is against type of feminism that she sees as most benefiting men today. I joined by raphael sakaria. Any american feminist. Who in her new book is arguing against type of feminism most benefits white women on behalf of domestic violence victims as a lawyer and a human rights activists years. She sees the issue of race as the biggest obstacle to true solidarity among women and she is calling for a moment of reckoning. Halbrook is called against white feminism rafi. Good morning welcome to the program. Good morning how are you. Thank you for being with us. I'm against white feminism. It is a very striking title at anew. Say you've taken a risk in writing this book. Why did you do it well off to be really blunt. I did it. Because i was quite tired. Like women Saying all the right things pretending to be low end even committed to Quote unquote intersectional. Feminism Where they recognize the importance of considering race and gender But when it comes to their actual lines were actually seating any space four women of color. It's an absolute no can do you. Now so you know for instance if you know if if if if a group of say why an women of color line for to be the top parson organization had in the book i say National organization of women They face tremendous marginalization personal attacks and all sorts of harassment. Honestly so i was just honestly tried to. I was i was done with it. You know i was done with. This pretends that women of color have to engage in to be sort of accepted into a system that's been created by white women and four white women

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Manchester City in Talks to Sign Ronaldo From Juventus

ESPN FC

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Manchester City in Talks to Sign Ronaldo From Juventus

"Is a lot of news about cristiano. Ronaldo leaving eventers. Tell us gap salacious ball k. This morning george benders cristianos agent went to see you this. He told them that he He had personal terms in place with with manchester city. They were higher than than i anticipated. And he's willing to take the contract. There's talk of a two year deal The problem is city Event is saying well. We're not going to let them go on a free. That's very very clear. You've of course losing something like three hundred more than three hundred million over two years. They wanna get a feedback and city thus far is taping. This have yet to make a bid. You expect a bid on friday from manchester city and that is they expect to be right around thirty million euros and if that happens think he's john. Ronaldo will be free to go. We'll it'd be free to go to city because that is obviously the big question mark because at the same time there's this massive bid from around madrid second bid for killian bobby and l'equipe a reporting this time. Perry senator man are willing to enter negotiations with real madrid. Doesn't mean they're going to take this huge bid it may require another bid but they are willing to at least talk to them at least according to the keep and the other detail and all this which i don't think we can ignore is after meeting with uganda's on thursday morning george mendes jumped on his chartered plane and didn't fly to manchester. He sued to perry spent the afternoon in paris. Obviously parsons you're coming out quite clearly in saying we don't want john renaldo. He's not in our plans. We're going to stick with him up. You wonder though if imbaba goes could that be an alternate destination. Could it be more appealing. Christiano to move to power senator man. If if it's the biggest. And bob

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Sen. Ron Johnson Responds to Other Republicans Faulting to Infrastructure Bill

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Sen. Ron Johnson Responds to Other Republicans Faulting to Infrastructure Bill

"How is it that 19 of your colleagues decided this was a good idea on the Republican side. I can't explain that. Then they kept telling us who is fully paid for which course it ended up not being paid for another quarter of a trillion, about $256 billion more to our deficit. I nobody kept talking about how you know, spending in structure is really popular. Well, let's face it. Three. Money's always popular right, right. Nothing's ever free. But and then they also realize that being bipartisan is popular as well. But I always use caution constituents come up, say, you know, be more Brian Parsons. So we'll be careful what you wish for because I'll guarantee what one thing that Washington is really good at doing in a bipartisan basis, and that is mortgaging our Children and grandchildren and great grandchildren feature. And Of course, that's what we saw over the last couple days here, you know, $1.2 trillion infrastructure. 3.5, which is really over $5 trillion of Bernie's budget. No, that's tacked on the $1.9 trillion covid relief package. Where and then this actually relates the infrastructure over $700 billion of that covid relief isn't even steps to be spent till 2022 to 2028. I've always said to Republican position infrastructure, and we do need to invest in infrastructure. But our position should have been as less cake. The $700 billion that is clearly not coverted leaf. Repurpose that money for hard infrastructure, roads, bridges, ports, locks and dams. But again, we had too many Republican members that just wanted to get behind closed doors. You know the old swampy Washington way do a bipartisan deal. And of course, you know that the bottom line is they're being Charlie Brown's to the Democrats, Lucy each and every time in this time, Lucy was screaming issues going to pull the football away. Ahead of time, and they still

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"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"I mean that's the biggest concern to me is right now. This and this is the way the cowboys have been constructed for. A long time is if everything goes well if everything goes right if everything goes according to plan especially along the injury front is in. Nobody gets injured. If we're looking at an offensive line we can. And we gotta tyrant connor williams be. Amish zack. martin and lyle collins at right tackle. We all believe in that. Nobody is losing sleep over that but the moment that that depth becomes challenged. This team falls apart and granted. Dak prescott was not in there tonight. A great quarterback act prescott mask and overcome some deficiencies along the offensive line. But the fact that there is nothing to really offer there at least at present time. Maybe italian second surprises us next week against the cardinals. Maybe brandon knight gets better at tackle because we saw plane guard. Maybe taryn steal. Plays better tackle. Maybe josh ball comes in. That's a lot of maybes though in know that you know if anything's giving me indigestion right now it's not that root beer. It's the fact that the cowboys don't have depth. That feels reliable along the offensive line. And that's a really concerning thing. So you know that can be fixed. That can potentially get better. Melvin says terrence deal is trash. I mean i'm not that's not incorrect. Let's see td weedy. Let's go everybody with an emoji. I'm in that kind of mood. Nandor swigert root beer has inspired me. How do you think health been. Joseph did i think your auto cuts and interesting. Autocorrect correction from kelvin. Detective and your emoji. Reaction to kelvin. Joseph's first game with the dallas cowboys. I think mine is probably the like sinking emoji. You know the one that's like grabbing its chin Because you know again i play. The game gets wiped out by teammate. And jalen smith but i thought he was. Okay i mean but there is a lot you know. I talked about earlier. How the proof of concept is writing on nissan. Right and israel removed. O'brien offers us. The same emoji dustin. Ooh i liked this. Dustin has the money emoji like the dollar sign david. I think this was kind of terrible suggestion for me as the host. I apologize because i can't totally cd's So that's that's my bad. That's how me. But i think i lost david david. I think it's a struggle. It's really tiny to see Baru says wash hands Oh i think that's maybe like you know like getting excited washing your hands. I see erica. Says eric has like a kind of inquisitive. Lou it's like the you know and i think that's where we're at like we're we're just kind of we're kind of not totally impressed you and that's okay like there's just the fact coven justin didn't like knock our socks. It's totally fine first. Preseason game but i do believe like i was saying that you know there is a proof of concept weighing on sean right and as roma cuomo. There is a lot riding on kelvin. Joseph because we know certainly now that mike parsons is going to live up to the draft. Cool show great about that. But kelvin. Joseph was supposed to be the supplement like kelvin joseph when we watched the nfl draft a few months ago. We all left the second round saying. Okay we actually. We all entered the second round saying okay. We got mike parsons. It's okay you know. Patrick's tan was gone. Jc horn was gone. What could they do about it. So they took micro. Parsons okay cool. Give us an answer. The answer is supposed to be held. And joseph now. It's unfair to kelvin. Joseph to say he has to be patrick's retain jc home. That's unfair and we're not saying that there is a lot riding on the idea of calvin joseph being the like supplement to mike. Parsons and we haven't seen that yet. But that's normal right. And so i think well i think what we saw from calvin joseph for standard..

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"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Alex has night is terrible. Just give gone from mexico. Wraps isaac Gone part of the nfl's international pathway program. We got a lot of questions about him. I live in the valley in texas. So i've got a lot of questions about him. Locally here is from mexico and certainly a great story rooting for him. I would honestly. I wouldn't bet but i would think that the cowboys probably want the cowboys afforded an extra roster spot for him on their practice squad because of the rules associated with the nfl's international pathway programs. The cowboys can keep him on their practice squad at no cost. And so that's when you say no cost that's kind of the way the to roll so i do ultimately think that they will lean in that direction but i definitely want to see is it gets some more reps. I definitely want to see him. Active in the preseason. I definitely at this point. Would like to see him over brandon knight. I do think that we have seen enough from brandon. I agree with kevin that isaac did or did find a guard. I mean there's no there's no harm in this this point like there's no high level of attachment to brandon knight. There's no reason to cowboys. Should feel like they have to keep going down this path. And that's i think what the troubling thing that that's why the tien seki being a loser. Thing is so concerning because outside of and brandon your only option if tyron smith or lyle collins go down and some people say that is an if question. That's more of a wind question. Is taryn steel. And so that's tough cookies. If you're dealing with a reality where taryn steal is your go-to in the event of an emergency because that is likely going to be an emergency that ultimately shows itself because of the state tyron smith and lau collins are that the state stage. They're at in their nfl careers. Not just in general. But now that we're at a point where there are seventeen games in the regular season as opposed to sixteen baru weddings is i'll have gone seem to have a good night. I agree off the i watch. Obviously all of us have only seen the game. What's off the tv copy We will definitely. If you're new log on the boys stratosphere we will definitely have some analysis that comes out in the coming days as we take a deeper dive as we watch the game. A couple of times will definitely discuss olive. Garden will definitely discuss them off. Line options because it's clear that as a weak and shaky point for this team and that was really obvious even their first preseason game. David medina's josh ball to josh paldon. Even make the trip you know for this game. The cowboys whispered the fourth round jaffna. Gone him somebody who had a lot of off the field concerns and so the fact that he's not even involved it is concerning from just a football standpoint let alone everything that he has going on off of the field as mentioned magic says pushing for all i've gone couldn't agree with you more so we now have four winners for losers. I take a swig of my rupiah. This is not a sponsor of us. It's just delicious. I highly recommended. My wife gets these me. They are diet in w root beers they therefore they have no calories when you sit at a desk all day. It's nice to have something that is of no cowards. We need a fifth winner So far if you joined a slate are winners from the cowboys. Preseason debut game. Mike parsons garrett gilbert israel kwame rico and a lot of you bring up about him so far quinton bohana. I thought the queen bohana had a really nice first game for the cowboys. We didn't see any big splash plays nothing. That's going to be a highlight. In fact this was a game really void of highlights in a lot of ways By the way we will be doing highlight videos for you every week here on the bulk of the west youtube channel if it is an obvious we know we're working our tails off because we love you and we wanna do that. We're excited. I mean football season and it's a really exciting thing But so there were not a lot of splash plays but there were a lot of moments to sound like a coach. I guess or you know the coach in in the case of jason Apparently wants to go by coach. I thought that. I thought though quinn bohana showed a lot of hustle tonight. I thought the quin bohana really was active. We saw that athleticism. We saw him chasing to get back into place after things got behind him. And that's not something you necessarily see from your true. Traditional one tech defensive tackles and so we've heard a lot about how athletically we saw obviously a kentucky. We know that there's a lot of that within quinn bohana so was nice justification on the draft process to ultimately see their play itself out. We've got baru says ya'aseh bohana we've got rama. Blue says bohannon with a couple of exclamation points. Gary ross says bohana had tackle for a like a five yard loss. We've got melvin says. Bohana drew multiple. Double coverages and brian says especially at three thirty plus do the fast. Seo says bohana was fast. You know the first touchdown the pittsburgh got bohana through obviously. Didn't make the tackle and touchdown happens and stuff. You kind of overlooked that play. But that's something. I again when we re watch. I really think will be even more impressive. Quinn bohana i think you really really stepped up and really kind of this defensive. Tackle rotation is interesting. Because we i think we all believe that neville gallimore is the best defensive tackle on the cowboys roster right like a controversial statement in in any sense and so after that we're looking at who's number two because just hill still on the pup list and a candidate to start the season the actual regular season on the pup list. We didn't see a lot of brent. Urban tonight's i think that was a little bit disappointing. Not that it's prince fall. But he's somebody who. I think we've all been kind of waiting to see flash through camp and whatever at this point and so you know the snaps are going to beat it for from quinton bohana and i agree with lemon highlight says so was pretty good..

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"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"America's team going seventy no and winning their seventh super bowl. Set will win their seventh one extra opposite six i. But let's define good steph stephanie. Excuse me says what about the tide and number eighty four. He did real good. That's right Sean mcewen did do great. You know didn't have a huge performance. Like i think any of us really thought they did. In fact let's get are receiving leaders at pier for you with a super fancy stat machine We can do this all right. Receiving leaders for the dallas cowboys in the pro football hall of fame game. Molly turner four catches for forty seven yards. Erin parker park for thirty. Nine cedrick wilson had some nice moments only two catches but i thought cedric looked great. We all certainly have a lot of high hopes for cedric. Had a nice start to the season last year before dak prescott got her there. You see sean. Two catches twenty six yards. Nice fight on the. I catch thirteen yards per catch will certainly take that all the time. Brennan eagles had the big catch. One catch for twenty five yards. Cyo got in the mix one catch seventeen yards. Rico had a hard day's work there as well don't scholtz who by the way had a nice moustache that we saw during the broadcast one catch for fifteen yards Christopher says that sean is a lot for the third tight ends by i agree now. Jacobs says rj. I'm worried look terrible. Backup quarterback look terrible. What do we do. We don't panic. it's the first preseason game. I agree that you know indonesia now that great. The secondary offensive line is a concern and connor williams. We've been hearing so much about and seeing so much in discussing all about how he is practicing the team's backup center. There was some high snaps you know. And that's not what you wanna see if carter williams has to play center in a pinch. I don't know that. I feel confident in as i did before this game. Just one preseason game so that's the thing we can't really freak out. There are things that we definitely know. Don't get me wrong ben. Nucci is not part of the picture here but we also knew that right so there are some things that we know. There are some things that were leaning strongly in favor of and there are some things that we need more data. There are some things that we need to see more. Collect more information before we can make a full and accurate analysis. But i mentioned we have four winners. We now have three losers benvenuti. Reggie davis tie.

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"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"We've got aaron's parsons is a big win considering how the first going into it totally agree with you We've got kenny. Says parsons was good. Sean is not as good as advertised in seki is very bad. Rush and newt should be cut to neither. Brian says what up j. Hope all is where you are. Brian But yeah so. Mike parsons i think if we all are going to agree with one player being the clear winner for the cowboys during the pro football hall of fame game. It is undeniably micro parsons now. Let's get to further winners further losers again. we want to hear your winters your losers. I will write about this on friday a blog. The boys dot com if you prefer to read it but we are here to discuss it right now. Second winner and look. I gotta say. I didn't necessarily anticipate this happening. Even like a day ago but garrett gilbert and some of this isn't even to do with garrett gilbert for being honest because the quarterback play is a lot of comments have already shown if you're watching live on youtube or facebook People were not pleased with benvenuti. I think that is the kindest way that i can say that So part of this is just a win by association for garrett gilbert in terms of the fact that he has not been the nucci that really helps. Gerke gobert stopped. I don't think that there is are. There was any doubt entering this game entering thursday. That back eric. Gilbert me was cuba to for the cowboys. I think he played well. He played all right. I don't think he was amazing. But if we take a look at the cowboys quarterback stats for the night. Garrett gobert finishing nine of thirteen for one hundred and four yards respectable riley like. I don't think anybody's you know. Nobody's like freaking out about this. Jesse says not impressed. That's fine you know. It's all good kevin. G says de nucci trash. Yeah i get it wrench. Elec- seven of seventeen for eighty nine yards with the lone interception. And honestly that's seven seventeen feels a little bit more kind Cooper rush eight of thirteen for seventy yards Jared says. Excuse me here. It is jared in comparison. Gilbert definitely wanted to backup but he had some moments that look decent. That's the thing i mean like. He did win the again. I don't know that it was up for debate. I don't know that there was a competition for. Qb to with the cowboys. But if there was it is definitely gilbert's now As miguel says gilbert is the winner you know. We've all been saying for a long time now throughout camp at the future backup quarterback the cowboys might not even be on their roster at the moment. Joe buck said that during the broadcast that was very interesting. But yeah so garrett gilbert a winner for the cowboys on thursday night in their pro football hall of fame game albert says i would like to see more production in the red zone. Totally agree with you. That you capitalize the reds. Don't you albert not a good night for one hundred nights. Wander the field goal kicker. We'll get to that too if you want. I think we kind of have to go to losers or this particular. Loser will bounce around so far too winners. We've got mica. Parsons garrett gilbert i would love to say i'm going to try to be as kind as possible but bendon uchi is the clear loser of the game and i think this is important context if you were expecting like i know we have a lot of fun and i know we're guilty of this blogging. The boys with with twitter and social media the news. I mean right like there's no doubt about it by the way he was wearing a sick helmet. I've i've never seen a helmet into new tonight. it was perforated. all throughout it looked like We response on twitter. Like one of those. She's graders but If you're expecting something legitimate from bend nucci where you got that from now. What i will say is i was interested to see benvenuti because we knew that he was not gonna farewell last season in philadelphia because he wasn't ready to play against regular nfl players and so this was a competition level. That was more his speed and so he definitely stood a much..

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"parsons" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Michael parsons being an absolute game. Record for the cowboys. The former penn state standout is already showing off his versatility and training camp as he's lining up at various linebacker positions as well as showing off his pass rushing skills. Parsons has the attention of mike mccarthy who described his young defensive stud as unique lavar. Your guy parsons the key to turning around the cowboys defense. He's he's a major part two to the ingredients of making the key that does unlock the potential. What the cowboys can be. Listen i say this coming into the draft. When he was coming out everybody asked me what what who is. Mike parsons what what is he. What what can you do. What can he be. I thought he was the best player in the draft overall. Not because of my connection in relation to him. Because i know what his capabilities are. I said this. I made a bowl proclamation on the show yesterday and i saw a couple of people picked up on it. I said it's the best football player. I've seen since i play with sean taylor. That's the first. He's the first kid. I've saying young men that i've seen to the level of what he's capable of doing from the position that he plays that it made me draw. Comparisons like who do i compare him to. Who does he remind me of a what he's capable the dawn and it was. Sean taylor reason why like shop plays safety. Mica plays linebacker. But when you think about the things that sean taylor was able to do. Sean taylor a safety. Both safety positions strong every.

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"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"He looks like he's done this at this level before and then peter king added. This is interesting because mike. Parsons opted out of last season at penn state so it is worth mentioning again that mike. Parsons has not played organized competitive football since the end of the two thousand nine hundred nine season for the nittany lions. Peter king went on to add that. The cowboys have an interesting and deep linebacker group. I don't know that i would call a deep. I mean they do have a lot of names He added obviously the jalen smith and layton vander show their etc. The kiana neal's obviously come over but he had a quote from mica. Parsons micro said i'm gonna blitz. I'm going to go silent a sideline. i'm going to drop peter king this. These are his words not mine said he could be a classic middle linebacker to forty eight pounds with the added benefit of quickness to chase down plays dallas one of the kind of playmaking. Fred warner bobby. Wagner type backer. And they're going to give parsons the chance to be him ultimately the takeaway from this is. It doesn't seem like mike mccarthy and the cowboys are you know like some teams waste time. You know what. I mean like the jacksonville jaguars around out here telling people well. We'll see what happens at the quarterback competition. Look nobody believes the garden and she was going to be your started week. Want and if you do that. You're just wasting time lead. Trevor lawrence get in there and learn you know what i mean. That happens a lot in the nfl. And i'm happy to see. Mike mccarthy's not wasting time that they wanna get micro. Parsons involved as soon as they possibly can. Very cool stuff last thing last little. You know. I don't know this is a big deal. I don't even know that. Deal in general. But today is tuesday august third. A week from today is tuesday august tenth next week on august tenth is the premiere episode of hard knocks on. Hbo obviously chronicling the dallas cowboys. In case you didn't know we will have live. Streams live shows on the blog of the boys youtube channel as soon as the hard knocks episode ends. so whatever. you're watching hamanaka whether it's your tv your apple. Tv roku fire steak. Whatever when it's done pull up the youtube app. Go to bob in the boys and you can watch us a breakdown what we all just saw but nfl films released a clip. I guess a clip. I don't know this is going to make the premiere episode or not but they released a clip to some degree from hard knocks. And it's really just kind of a teaser clip. Everybody get bombed everybody excited in the clip. Zeke elliott is just walking around the compound there at the mary. I in oxnard looking for his room. He gets lost. He can't find it ha. This is hilarious. That's hard knocks people. Everybody get ready. It feels good to be back and appreciate all the welcome wishes to returning to the two thousand twenty one edition of the ocho here on the blog. Otherwise podcast network makes you to subscribe to podcasts network rating router review. Those things make us. Oh so happy have yourself. Tuesday have the best tuesday of all time later on today. A new episode of the seven five was myself in two time superbowl champion. Tony casillas right here on the feed. We love your everybody It's been a while. i'm sorry. I'm just getting back onto them. This as always go cowboys and peace out support for this episode comes from forward. Most people go to the

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Missouri Governor: Health Officials Play COVID-19 Blame Game

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Missouri Governor: Health Officials Play COVID-19 Blame Game

"Missouri's governor speaking out against health officials who he says are trying to scare people into getting vaccinated against Kobe at nineteen hospital and health officials in parts of southwest Missouri including Springfield had been warning that a spike in coping cases is putting a strain on hospitals due to the delta variant rapidly spreading among unvaccinated residents but governor Mike parson is suggesting that they're trying to find someone to blame and want to scare people into getting vaccinated last week the mercy health system announced that employees at its forty plus hospitals would have to be vaccinated by late September to be allowed to work governor Parsons says they shouldn't resort to trying to force people to take a vaccine or literally just scare them he's also accusing some of manipulating vaccine numbers to make it sound worse than it really is hi Jackie Quinn

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"parsons" Discussed on The Aaron Parsons Project Podcast

The Aaron Parsons Project Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on The Aaron Parsons Project Podcast

"Welcome to the aaron. Parsons project podcast. I'm your host. Aaron parsons this.

Australians Returning From India Could Face 5 Years in Jail

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Australians Returning From India Could Face 5 Years in Jail

"The federal opposition says the move to Ben Australians coming home from India is assigned. The government has failed to manage quarantine properly from Monday. Australian citizens who've been in India in the previous 14 days, will be prohibited from traveling home with the prospect of five years in jail or a $66,000 fine for those who don't comply. It comes amid the devastating type of 19 spike in India, with nearly 400,000 new cases reported yesterday. The government argues the movie is necessary, but Labor front bencher tenure clever six says the government has failed to get Australians home. The reason so many people are stuck in India today is because Scott Morrison has failed on our borders and quarantine. The same white that he has filed on the back. Same rollout. Meanwhile, India is beginning the third phase of its Corona virus vaccination program. With all adults now eligible to receive a jab. Several state governments, those say they won't be able to begin the new phase because they don't have enough doses. There are also fears large crowds of vaccination hubs could result in Mork Corona virus

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"parsons" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

"Off the corner, safety offensive line, defensive tackle, certainly the premium positions, the Cowboys going to be going after the rest of this draft, all right? That's, that's going to do it for the short abbreviated version of the Cowboys beat podcast. Just talk about Micah Parsons again. Overall, I'm a fan of pick from a standpoint of From a lot of different people. I've talked to you got the best defense to play this draft, okay? And you got the third bullet, third defense player off the board but but a lot of people think he's the best defense to put in this draft, similar to Isaiah Simmons, were the profile is a hybrid linebacker, Uber athletic great speed. Sideline-to-sideline questions about his ability to point of attack and strength there you know and then there's the off-the-field stuff but but ultimately the cowboy is I believe picked the best player on the board and that's what I asked them to do, that's what they did. I will be right back next week to recap the entire draft. Make sure to follow or subscribe to the podcast. If you have not yet already and give us a rating and then please please, please have to urge you all. Please tell a friend. Friend just one friend. I'm literally asking you to do that. Just tell one friend about this podcast each and every week I'm asking each and every one of you to tell one friend, your Cowboys fans you probably know more Cowboys fans. Just tell them check out the podcast. I'd very much appreciate that. I'm already Champion. You can follow me on Twitter at already Sports. Hope you enjoyed this episode. The abbreviated version talking about is the first overall pick 12th. Overall pick first round pick for the Cowboys and the piece that could be a focal point to their defense for many many years to come home. So Micah Parsons is the pic Factory cap second round and more in the next week. Now we're out in peace..

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"parsons" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

"In the cowboy said, we're not going to move down to twenty kids, not going to get our guy and they knew if they made the trade with a guy who for some reason, want to go to the Giants. Maybe they thought the Giants going to take Smith. I don't know, not really sure what the Giants were afraid of or the Eagles. I should say but at any rate they take Parsons they, this is the guy they want it. Ten clearly thought they knew that he was going to be there at 12. They make the trade they end up with the additional third, Micah Parsons Ran a three right up in a, a 439. 40-yard dash it. His size. It's incredible. I mean, he, he is one of the he's probably the most athletic off the draft is, he's a very similar player to Isaiah Simmons. Last year, coming out of Clemson. These are the modern linebackers. that are extremely athletic great, sideline-to-sideline speed, you know, can cover So, you know, look, I mean, I certainly not a guy that I would have, surely not a guy that I was totally high on. A lot of that was based on number one off-field issues, which, you know, he's involved with the hazing incident took and state was pretty graphic, you know, I'm sure he was asked about this the Cowboys. And, you know, he probably talked about the fact he was inexperienced, and young, and Seventeen eighteen, whatever it is, and, you know, I mean, his certify them better for the doubt of that point, but there's those and then there's the positional piece import is linebacker. Given that, if you improve the interior of the defensive line, you improve your corners and safeties, you're in good shape. Now look I sell that to say. I say pretty consistently, take the best player in your board. But first, let me tell you about my friends have been online. But online the fastest and easiest way to bet on all your Sports Action home, obviously, we're in the thick of the football offseason, but you can check out some of the Futures. That's what they haven't, including the wind totals, for the Cowboys division winners. If you're so confident the Cowboys winning the NFC, you can bet on that right now plus box..

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"parsons" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

Cowboys Beat

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"parsons" Discussed on Cowboys Beat

"30th is the Cowboys beat the clns media, I'm tempting. But I've noticed that today's episodes but shorter than usual month because we're in the middle of the NFL draft. And as of release here, Friday morning, which is the normal release time for the cock podcast, Cowboys only selected 1 player throughout the rest of the draft play out. Now with 11 or 10, more Pix, 11 total picks for the Cowboys, going to be releasing another podcast episode into next week to sort of recap, everything that's happened for the Cowboys in this draft, so longer version to come next week. Here's the shorter version and as always be brought to you by betonline.ag, betonline.ag is your online Sportsbook experts. And as always, I would like to urge you to hit subscribe or follow the podcast and and give us writing, as well as tell a friend, you know, urging each and every one of you to tell somebody, hey you like the Cowboys listen the page speed podcast check it out with are attempting, okay. So weird top 10, Because things. took a different turn than maybe we expected them to and So for the Cowboys Cowboys were supposed to pick a 10. They end up swapping with the Eagles and still getting the guy that they wanted attend. So they basically pick up another third-round, pick em. So they now have three third-round picks 11 pics, overall ten picks left after the first round. That's all good news. And look they end up with arguably the best defensive player draft and the third defensive player off the board that was perhaps most surprising figured a lot of us. Did the Cowboys at 10 would be able to be selecting the best defensive player draft. Most likely they'd have their pick of JC Horner Patrick certain Micah Parsons if they they liked him preferred that position of a corner. We knew Corner was gonna be the premium for them but as it stood the Broncos pickups are 10:00 at 9 right in front of them. And it was JC horn, going 8-2 Carolina. Not a surprise that horn was the one picked. First, I thought he was the better of the two corners. He was the guy thought that the Cowboys would end up taking. But Cowboys didn't have an opportunity to take either horn long or short, an because they were both gone. And so the Cowboys are on the board there. And, and of the, you know, I talked about potentially taking for offense of players. If available at 10, that would be pen a song. Jaylen waddle or Kyle pits and then the fourth was Rashawn Slater. The offensive tackle for Northwestern. He was on the board of ten Cowboys decided whoever they wanted at 1000, Parsons was going to be available at 12 and all.

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India's Crematoriums Overwhelmed by Record Number of Covid-19 Deaths

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

India's Crematoriums Overwhelmed by Record Number of Covid-19 Deaths

"Posting. Oxygen supplies remain critically low across India as the country reaches a devastating figure of 200,000 recorded deaths from covered 19. However, there are predictions the real number of fatalities is much greater, with many people dying at home. He already strained hospital system is under increasing pressure and crematoriums are operating nonstop with makeshift pyres being set up in car parks. Hashi Qatar, whose grandmother is gravely ill with the virus, is told reporters that she's had to resort to buying oxygen off the black market. How badly ill is she if you don't give us a seven day in hospital? Hospitals and oxygen. So you're taking this to

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Can You Become 'Mentally Fit' in One Month?

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Can You Become 'Mentally Fit' in One Month?

The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd

Afternoons with Jacinta Parsons

02:09 min | 1 year ago

The Law Delivered Justice to George Floyd

"Time for us to jump on and have a chat to out ABC news journalist Iskander Razzak. Of course, if we're looking at international news, the George Floyd verdict was what we were waiting on around 6 30 this morning glued to the phone to see what was going to happen. Good afternoon, a scandal. Good afternoon. Just center? Yes. Alot of the U. S. Was really waiting to see what happened. And former police Officer Derek Shoven convicted off second degree murder, third degree murder and manslaughter. The most serious of those counts, has a maximum penalty of 40 years. In in prison for the murder of George Floyd May 2020 was when it all happened had Imagine it was it was a year ago. It seems so. So recently yet so far at the same time, I can't believe it was a year ago. Yeah, exactly and let's let's bring her back. I mean, Um, it was all over a $20 alleged suspected counterfeit bills to buy some cigarettes that resulted in this horrendous scene that You know, more than 40. People saw I were called to trial to bear witness as to what they saw and spools hours upon hours of mobile phone vision. In many ways the result was obvious or should have been obvious because of the amount of evidence But in the U. S. Police officers in former police officers seldom get charged for Second degree murder or third degree murder or manslaughter, and even it's even rarer for them to be found guilty. So this is a breakthrough in some ways. George Floyd's family, the brother said, You know I can breathe now we can breathe now. Sort of reflecting the coals. He had that he couldn't brave George Floyd when he was dying. But beyond the joy is, as we said, it's more relief than anything. If this had not bean guilty verdict who knows what would happen in the U. S because the tension building But at the same time It has to be said This isn't the end.

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interview With Kelly Walters, Artist, Educator, Designer

Revision Path

06:20 min | 1 year ago

interview With Kelly Walters, Artist, Educator, Designer

"All right so tell us who you are and what you do. My name is kelly walters. I am a artist educator designer. I teach at parsons school of design. And he i make. I make a bunch of different things print and digital and everything in between nice. How are you feeling so far about twenty twenty one. Twenty twenty one you know. I was really curious to see how the inauguration was actually going to play out at the end of december just anxious about all the various things that have been happening and i think the beginning of twenty twenty one felt really rocky just for me in trying to understand like how the end of one presidency the beginning of a next the middle of a pandemic and sort of just a lot of uncertainty so it felt a little overwhelming. I think but it feels like it's getting potentially better as best as better can be yes. I don't know if that's a thing. But yeah i mean i can certainly see how it sort of feels a bit like. We're starting to see the light at the end of this long pandemic size tunnel so i know what you mean especially that we have new leadership. There's vaccines that are out there. People are getting vaccinated. It feels like things are starting to go into a different direction Yeah i just. I feel like i. I'm just anxious for everyone and making sure that we can safely make it through the second year. I guess of this like new world that we're in and i'm also really curious to see kind of patterns or observations are made in this time that will affect us longer than this time. I guess longer than the year in change it's been. I'm really curious to see what it looks like. And like being able to reflect back maybe even in ten years or five years like what i remember of this era. So i don't know like reflexive i think in that way like looking forward and back if i can at the same time as funny. That's that's kind of january. Is after the the greek i think. Greek god or demi-god janice has one face looking for one face looking back so that's kind of apt comparison. There are things different for you now than they were last year. Trying to think at this point last year we were. Maybe like a week out before everything shut down. If i recall. I think the last time i was in new york was like march eleventh. When we were told like two days later everyone had to sort of stay at home. And i think like things were more sort of uncertain in some ways at the very beginning of that last year as i reflect on where i am now. I don't know. I feel like they're still unknowns. But i'm i'm living to sit inside of the uncertainty. It's very uncomfortable to do that. But i i don't know i think more than last year i feel like this year. You have to sit with the uncertainty in a way that i don't know i don't know how to really describe that exactly. I just feel like i'm navigating what it means to not know even more than before and not take for granted what was thought to be stable or when was thought to be certain. If that makes sense yeah. So what is a regular day like for you now. What my home is my office is. My classroom is my social space. So you know it's it's the all purpose room for many things. I think it was. I think it was weird to navigate that last year of like finding what the delineation is between all of those kind of spaces. But i think depending on who you're talking to in meetings whether it's co workers or your friends or your family kind of figuring out a way to feel as though at your own environment home environment that in a separate area or Time of the day that it can feel as though you can feel the shifts in it. sometimes it's about just getting up and walking outside and coming back and feeling like you've gone into a new room or changing the lighting or opening the blinds or turning on the light. I think it's like these like small actions to make it feel like you're in a different space. Sometimes so i think that that's what my that's what my days like more and more now of just like what are the subtleties that i can adjust in my home environment to you know feel like i'm in a different space. I guess has there been sort of a change in how you've been teaching or anything like that. Uh yeah definitely i think. Now it'll be a full year of teaching remotely online. And i think that for my program in the communication design program at parsons i think we had transitioned to an online teaching format and i think what was really challenging in the beginning with like trying to figure out what does it mean to do a critique in this environment what does it mean to build up student report and morale and all of those in community or around like students that you are working with that previously. You were seeing physically in a particular space. And i think the difference between kind of what i've learned in that kind of crisis moving in a somewhat of a crisis mode to teach remotely versus starting the year teaching remotely just like i've been working with students all year that i probably won't ever get to meet in person. And so there's this difference in trying to figure out how to get to know someone as much as one can an online format through smaller group conversations or having slack channels or things where people can sort of commune in a digital sphere. But it's definitely been different than previous years

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'Falling through cracks': Vaccine bypasses some older adults

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

'Falling through cracks': Vaccine bypasses some older adults

"Older adults have top priority in Kobe nineteen immunization drives but untold number of vulnerable seniors are being left behind Jeanne and dry the eighty eight year old lives alone in Portland Oregon pot a case worker would contact her about getting a vaccine she eventually after helper who comes by four hours a week to try and snag her an appointment some communities are partnering with charities like meals on wheels or developing out reach through local churches Mary Wade is a resident of Washington DC a lot of fall through the cracks James stone was the director of aging services for an association of governments in the Kansas city area he says the vaccine roll out there his favorite healthier seniors who are able to jump in their car at a moment's notice and drive for two hours to make an appointment Missouri's Republican governor Mike parson said things will get better we'll get more vaccine the state which helps all the way around I'm Jennifer king

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The Mystery Of Houska Castle

Unexplained Mysteries

04:52 min | 1 year ago

The Mystery Of Houska Castle

"The most famous legend about host castle says it was built over a gateway to hell if that's true. Unfortunately there's no way to prove it. The question of whether a fiery afterlife exists is better left to theologians and philosophers but host gay isn't the only place that allegedly hides a portal to the underworld take for example. The stole cemetery. Otherwise known as america's most evil graveyard. It's a burial plot in remote. Kansas on the surface it's a bleak creepy looking necropolis. But according to legend it's much more just beyond the graveyard an abandoned church looms over the headstones and grassy walkways. Perhaps at one time it was elegant and beautiful but any hints of its old majesty have long since faded away by the nineteen nineties all that remained or a few crumbling brick walls without a roof. The church is significant because it supposedly sits atop a gateway to hell local legends says that in eighteen fifty lucifer himself emerged from the underworld afterward. Rumors suggested satan would rise in the graveyard twice a year. Once at midnight on the spring equinox and again on halloween and for decades locals apparently gathered for parties to watch the devils entrance only to be disappointed year after year when he never showed but while there may not be any satanic sightings inexplicable events have happened around stole cemetery in. It's church for example even though it doesn't have a roof the house of worship is said to always stay dry. Even when it rains people have reported seeing floating lights shadowy figures that vanish into nothing in rings of flame that appear out of nowhere these fires hovering the air. Even though there's no visible fuel source to keep them let you may be tempted to visit stole and see these phenomena for yourself if so you're out of luck rowdy. Crowds in supernatural enthusiasts. Repeatedly caused property damage forcing the owners to close the cemetery to the public in two thousand and two. The property managers demolished the church. It wasn't structurally sound and as far as we can tell. This destruction didn't unleash any demons upon the world which suggests the stories were just add stories but stole cemetery isn't the only alleged portal to the underworld in sunny southern california the la suburb of pasadena secret that surprisingly dark. The aptly named devil's gate dam was constructed in nineteen twenty two control flood waters coming down from the san gabriel mountains. The structure was named after a nearby odd-looking rock formation that vaguely resembles a horned devil face but before the dam was even built dark myths and legends suggested this stony shapes weren't the only demonic influence in the region in the nineteen forties. A man named jack. Parsons became convinced. That the devil's gate dam held other worldly power today. Corson's is famous for being one of the founders of the jet propulsion laboratory but he was also an occultist who belonged to alastair crawley's mystical secret society or does temporally orientalists. If you're interested we've covered croly and order tempe oriented extensively in our show secret societies but for our purposes. Here all you need to know is crowley was an extremely controversial occultist and magician once labelled the wickedest man in the world and he allegedly referred to the devil's gate dam as one of the seven gates of hell giving cronies association with the area. It comes as no surprise that parsons is said to have performed magic rituals at the devil's gate but some believe persons may have opened a portal to another dimension or to the afterlife itself. This sounds difficult to believe. But there's evidence to suggest that something strange was happening in around the dam in nineteen fifty-six a thirteen year old boy and an year old girl both went missing while biking through the area.

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"parsons" Discussed on Vamily Show

Vamily Show

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"parsons" Discussed on Vamily Show

"Like I'm not good at that. If you need if you need to comedy guy to be ridiculous for a couple of seconds sight I'm your man. So if the row is right, I, I would totally do it like. One of the most impressive movies I think for me as far as like country started actor in just kind of like. Really went shell after that was George Strait in pure country. Like it's not you know it's not gone with the wind. It's not like this classic tale but like he he stayed with it, he didn't cross over his boundary like he didn't try to do more than he could like do some like try to do some really dramatic ridiculous scene where you have to fake cry or something. Like Man Stop It. Is like when channing tatum was trying to be a serious actor of you're killing me man you're should you? Just, be funny dude. Yeah Yeah it's. I it must be hard for them to. Kind of be like if you were forced to play the same type of music for the rest of your life to get typecast not to that's probably probably. Like, they don't even care if it goes bad just because they want to do something different. Oh, absolutely like it. Some people actually start bad and then find they're calling like almost midway through it That's actually have keep bringing him up, but that's actually how I feel about channing tatum is like man I didn't like you like this serious like chick flick guy. But like as soon as he did twenty one jump street, I was like I get it now I totally you're funny dude in you just because you're good looking, they tried to make you like this dramatic Guy but that's like me it's like I don't I don't have a Selene Dion esque voice I don't go out and seeing Celine Dion. Songs. Like I'm I'm country dude I stay country? So that's just like usually what it is like. You gotta you gotTa find. You kinda find your zone in stay in it. Yeah, I used to. When I would go out and Sing Karaoke hosted it for a little while to when I I was gone out. The songs I love to sing and I had a learn well, no, your voice can sing songs but you have to learn what songs you can sing. It's Kinda. Kinda like that where. There might be. Like I'm sure I'm sure I was reading. Your bio there and I I was GonNa ask you too about how feel to. Like be listening to George Jones Music and then one day or opening for him because I know when I play guitar when I was younger, you have those dreams of like playing with you know huge band or whatever. So how that bill? I that? Person there. Yeah it was. It's weird 'cause it never like it never was a I. I. DO I do this because.

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"parsons" Discussed on Vamily Show

Vamily Show

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"parsons" Discussed on Vamily Show

"Two, episode three and today I've got Country Music Star Jeremy Parsons but. after going over your stuff, I was really impressed that. Some of the conversation you had with people about Just getting out there and doing it. And the one sign you have making up as you go. Now one after after hearing you talk to people and then hearing that song it put it in a little different context which which was which was cool. Yes. It's pretty much the the the line that I follow through my life. Say you know sometimes it'll curve lesson I guess I'm going left you. It it's a it's I. Don't know. It's it's the mindset. I think. I. Get it from my dad. He's very like chill person in like it is what it is. I'm a bit more intense I think a lot of people who are creators are are are a bit more intense in a way because they're just more passionate people in general but Yeah I've always like looking at like you know you we have. some of my least favorite people I've encountered in my life for people to think that they can control almost anything. my best friends are are those people who usually just realize like man? We're all kind of flying around in the wind you know. Yeah. About lying in there too we when you said, you don't know what you don't eat it. No, it's. Maybe think 'cause. That's one of the things I've heard people say if you WanNa if you WanNa make God till that, you have a plan. Yes Exactly I mean that's the point it's like. The first thing I think growth or like any like moving forward in life it comes with first admitting that you know that that you have to surrender that control in a way elect still obviously like take control of things that happen your life but Yeah I it we we don't know what we don't know like why waste time on that you're gonNA figure it out as you go anyway you know or you're I mean I guess it's a fit or here not. One way or the other. Yeah. Yeah for sure. And I want to know because I think I read. Right. You had some here songs in films. Have you ever also wanted to be in the film Jerry Reed and Kristofferson. In the truck driver movies have you ever thought about being in a movie and having your songs in it man it would be awesome I note like Ryan Bingham in a in a few other like Texas? Country Americana guys had I. Think he was in Yellowstone There's been a lot of guys who've crossed over it. I Man I don't I don't consider myself a good actor. It's always been like my least favorite part of every music video specifically when I have to be dramatic..

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"parsons" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"parsons" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

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"parsons" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"parsons" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"Parsons was born in nineteen fourteen which was actually eleven years after the Wright brothers had flown for the first time at Kitty Hawk the world, you could say head airplane fever, right? But he decided he wanted to build rockets. So he could go to the moon. He who's a one upper maybe I heard show someone give quote about Parsons. And they said that he. Wanted to rise above this world metaphorically. And literally what whatever that means. Like, you know, because he could be spiritually that could be demonic -ly. There's a lot of the sky and he set out to do both pretty early in life. He was influenced by as so many were at the time by pulp books and science fiction books that talked about space getting into space. Think you're shaping the minds of future. I don't know rocketeers with your your book coming out. You were thinking about that stuff. How I'm really important. I think that like somewhere someone's going to be like, you know, I I ninety nine cents burn a hole in my town, and this book shaped, my young mind. You're welcome class of twenty thirty two. That's good math. He was gifted in math. He was he was a smart feller. He and from an early age. He was also obsessed with magic. No that's magic with a K with a K the real stuff or a CK if you're gonna win he claimed later in life that when he was eleven or twelve that he summoned the devil. Yeah. And that was that was really what spurred on his interest. He said, it was frightening. I'm sorry. If it you say that's one hundred percent factual, if I was eleven years old, and I summoned the devil. I don't think that would then spur my interest into diving in deeper. All right. I hate to interrupt, but I am calling Horsham on that. I tried to seven the devil all the time. And all I ever get our low level demons f that noise. What top brass or nothing? You realize that the the cats that he tries to kill or what he's referring to his lower level demon. I mean, have you ever been around the cat? But actually kinda checks out. It's a good point. So he actually thought that magic and science were were one in the same. He thought the magic was just science that we had not figured out yet. Right. Because at the time scientists and everyone was saying that literally there's no way we could ever get to the moon because the math didn't work out. We could never have enough propulsion to leave our atmosphere stuff like that. And they actually were quoted as saying you want to get to the moon eating magic. Well, guess what this guy had both? And so he's going to combine the two I mentioned earlier that he was his parents got divorced at an early age, his father marvel than his mother Ruth Virginia. The interesting thing is they grew. He grew up with these folks with money the area, they rep on was called millionaire's mile in Pasadena, and and so he grew up with as a man of means it didn't it didn't hold later in life. But he certainly had it as a as a child his his parents divorced, and he lived with his mom, and she was actually taken care of by. Her father who kind of just paid for everything for them. His name DC. They get along. Good long crossed over here. And there. How about that? But you know, as we mentioned they did divorce in nineteen fifteen Parsons was considered an effeminate as a child now in in nineteen fifteen feminine, it meant that you cried. If you cut one of your fingers off. Right. Right. Of different definition decides that you know, he's going to spend his adult hood trying to not be imminent, and he had this whole macho what s two way to not be feminine Bill big explosive thing that are mustache his F. B I file actually described him as potentially bisexual. He wants expressed that he had experienced latent homosexuality. Well, I mean, but all all that's somewhat conjecture..

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